Equestrian Success

Isabella Lawrence and her Horse Springbrook Reggae(Hastie) won the 2017 Equestrian Western Australia Eventing Leaderboard Series for the year of 2017 in the EvA80 Junior Class.

Isabella also won the Saddles Plus State Interschool Championships in Eventing. The awards night was held in February 2018 at The Aloft in Riverdale.

On behalf of the St Stephen’s School community, we would like to congratulate Isabella (and Springbrook Reggae) on their successes!


Soup Kitchen Stars

Last Thursday Carramar students Natasha Hollier (Year 12) and Amber Bertoldo (Year 10), along with their teacher Mrs Justine Brightwell, assisted at the Salvation Army Soup Kitchen drive in Northbridge. The morning began when they left St Stephen’s at 6am,  headed for the Perth CBD, where they then served breakfast to those less fortunate. Little do some know, this routine has been taking place once a month for the past year. It’s wonderful to see students and staff alike dedicated to serving members of our wider community.


Polar Bear Pride

Did you know today is International Polar Bear Day?

Parresia House celebrated their house figurehead with pride, holding a bake sale and a lunchtime concert where Contemporary Ensemble One drew the crowds with their fresh tunes.


April ATAR Exam Preparation and Revision Program


April ATAR Exam Preparation and Revision Program

Essay Writing – Subject Revision & Preparation

For all Year 12 students

The April Exam and Revision Program aims to prepare students for First Semester Exams, as well as revision consolidation.

Courses will be conducted in the second week of the April school holidays at:

Mindarie Senior College and Peter Moyes Anglican Community School

For further information contact Dr. Robert Hallam at Master Mind Australia on 9486 1377

Or visit www.mastermindaustralia.com.au


Making a Splash for Mental Health

InterAqua by Claire Davenhall

St Stephen’s School has well and truly made its mark in The Big Splash WA, a public art initiative aimed at raising awareness of child and adolescent mental health. Duncraig Teaching Artist Claire Davenhall has two dolphins featuring in the exhibition; ‘InterAqua Dolphin’ can be found at Stirling Gardens on St George’s Terrace, while ‘IceBreaker Dolphin’ is currently outside His Majesty’s Theatre. Meanwhile, Year 12 Visual Art students and their teacher, Verity Palmer created the St Stephen’s dolphin Finlay, aiming to spread the message ‘how to be a good friend when riding those waves of emotions.’ Ms Davenhall’s dolphins are on display until Wednesday 4 March, while you can meet Finlay with 44 other school dolphins on Saturday,17 March.

Finlay, the St Stephen’s School dolphin, by Year 12 Visual Art students and Verity Palmer